LANCO Honkey Tonk Hippies Tour is coming the The El Rey Theater on 12/10/2021!
Support from Ross Ellis
Doors open at 7:00pm
Who is LANCO? LANCO is the people you know and the life you live, reimagined. LANCO is the familiar, couched in the extraordinary. LANCO is a connection to community built by the bonds of music. They are five best friends making music and working to create something bigger while grinding it out on the road to build an identity. Through this, they became Lancaster & Company, now known as LANCO. Everyone touched by their music becomes part of the Company. The band is nothing without the Company. The musical mission statement: every day in every way, throw one hell of a Company party.
Together, LANCO is Brandon Lancaster (lead vocals), Chandler Baldwin (bass), Jared Hampton (keyboards, banjo), Tripp Howell (drums), and Eric Steedly (lead guitar).
“It’s country music in a way that hasn’t been done before,” Lancaster observes. “No other band that’s out right now has the production and the dynamics of the music that I think that we have in ours.”
Carrying forward one of the core traditions of great country music, Lancaster adds that you’ll find “aspects of classic country songwriting within the music; we have stories being told.” But even in its storytelling, LANCO is carving a lyrical niche, with writing designed to offer “unique perspectives of very universal situations.”
Indeed, the band’s live performance energy is becoming one of their undeniable calling cards – and a big part of that is being able to engage the audience.
“I want people to not just hear the music, but be a part of the music. All the songs that we’re playing and singing, they’re really talking about people’s lives, and they’re talking about situations that every person’s familiar with, and we’re doing it with a lot of energy and a lot of crowd participation. I always go out in the crowd and sing, and we’re very interactive.
“We are LANCO, and so are you.”
Presented by Country Roots
• COVID Policy •
The El Rey Theater will be following all state and local guidelines that currently require wearing a mask when indoors for people not fully vaccinated. For people that are fully vaccinated, wearing a mask when indoors is not required, but currently recommended by leading public health officials. By entering the El Rey without a mask, you are self-attesting that you are fully vaccinated against Covid. Anyone may choose to continue wearing a mask indoors regardless of vaccination status and may remove masks while eating or drinking. For more information, please visit Butte County Public Health for up-to-date guidance.
TIME: 7:00 PM